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These are Wednesday's biggest brokerage calls: Bharti Airtel, Titan and more

Updated : 2020-02-05 08:48:50

Indian shares are likely to open steady on Wednesday following flat trading in global markets. Investors also await RBI monetary policy announcement on Thursday. Among the brokerage calls, CLSA maintained buy and raised the price target on Bharti Airtel, while Credit Suisse, UBS and Macquarie remained positive on Titan. Here are today’s biggest brokerage calls:

CLSA on Bharti Airtel: Expect Bharti Airtel's growth to accelerate, CLSA said after the telco major announced its Q3 earnings yesterday.
CLSA on Bharti Airtel: Expect Bharti Airtel's growth to accelerate, CLSA said after the telco major announced its Q3 earnings yesterday.
Macquarie on Titan Company: The brokerage has cut Titan’s earnings by 3-4 percent over FY19-22 on lower revenue assumptions.
Macquarie on Titan Company: The brokerage has cut Titan’s earnings by 3-4 percent over FY19-22 on lower revenue assumptions.
UBS on Titan Company: Overall market share for the jewellery segment for Titan can grow to 20.5 percent by FY23 from 13.5 percent in FY19, UBS said.
UBS on Titan Company: Overall market share for the jewellery segment for Titan can grow to 20.5 percent by FY23 from 13.5 percent in FY19, UBS said.
Credit Suisse on Titan Company: Credit Suisse remained positive on Titan’s long-term market share gain story in the jewellery segment.
Credit Suisse on Titan Company: Credit Suisse remained positive on Titan’s long-term market share gain story in the jewellery segment.
Morgan Stanley on Titan Company: The global brokerage sees 15 percent retail growth in the Jewellery business.
Morgan Stanley on Titan Company: The global brokerage sees 15 percent retail growth in the Jewellery business.
IDFC Securities on Titan Company: IDFC Securities said it is a strong believer in Titan’s long-term story.
IDFC Securities on Titan Company: IDFC Securities said it is a strong believer in Titan’s long-term story.
Morgan Stanley on TVS Motors: Key concern for TVS Motor according to the brokerage is that BS-VI cost hikes are much higher than EBITDA/unit.
Morgan Stanley on TVS Motors: Key concern for TVS Motor according to the brokerage is that BS-VI cost hikes are much higher than EBITDA/unit.
Credit Suisse on PNB: The brokerage maintained an 'Underperform' rating on the stock on weak asset quality and operating performance.
Credit Suisse on PNB: The brokerage maintained an 'Underperform' rating on the stock on weak asset quality and operating performance.
Nomura on Exide: The brokerage maintained 8% volume growth over FY21-22 and projected that industrial segment growth will recover to 5%/10% in FY21/22 for Exide.
Nomura on Exide: The brokerage maintained 8% volume growth over FY21-22 and projected that industrial segment growth will recover to 5%/10% in FY21/22 for Exide.
Morgan Stanley on Exide: The brokerage said that Exide’s Q3 profit was ahead of estimates but the quality of the beat was poor.
Morgan Stanley on Exide: The brokerage said that Exide’s Q3 profit was ahead of estimates but the quality of the beat was poor.
Kotak Institutional Equities on Exide: The brokerage cut FY21-22 EPS estimates for Exide by 2-3% led by 4-5% cut in revenue growth.
Kotak Institutional Equities on Exide: The brokerage cut FY21-22 EPS estimates for Exide by 2-3% led by 4-5% cut in revenue growth.
Morgan Stanley on Adani Ports & SEZ: The brokerage maintains Overweight on Adani Ports after the management guides for 9% volume growth & revenue growth of 12-14%.
Morgan Stanley on Adani Ports & SEZ: The brokerage maintains Overweight on Adani Ports after the management guides for 9% volume growth & revenue growth of 12-14%.
Macquarie on Godrej Properties: The brokerage maintained Neutral rating on Godrej Properties given rich valuations. It sees the company gaining significant market share over the medium term.
Macquarie on Godrej Properties: The brokerage maintained Neutral rating on Godrej Properties given rich valuations. It sees the company gaining significant market share over the medium term.
CLSA on Century Ply: The brokerage maintained Buy call and raised the target price to Rs 212 from 208/share earlier.
CLSA on Century Ply: The brokerage maintained Buy call and raised the target price to Rs 212 from 208/share earlier.
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